Dress Code

It is expected that Members will dress in a fashion befitting the surroundings and atmosphere provided in the setting of your club. Members are responsible for ensuring their guests are in compliance with the dress code. Rules cannot possibly address every instance of inappropriate dress, therefore management reserves the right to refuse entry to the clubhouse or golf course if attire is deemed inappropriate. Dress code policies apply to all adults, children ages 12 and older and guests.

Caps are permitted in the following areas Only

  • 19th Hole
  • Pro Shop
  • Locker Room
  • Deck and Golf Course

Caps must be worn with the bill facing forward.

Dining Room, Ballroom and Redwood Lounge hats/visors are not permitted. Gentlemen's shirts must be tucked into pants or shorts, unless approved by Club Management as acceptable fashion. Jeans in good taste: no holes, rips tears or offensive slogans are acceptable. No cut offs, bathing suits, tank tops, halter tops, sweat suits or cargo pants.

Golf Course and Driving Range

Proper dress is determined by the Professional staff and is at their discretion. Slacks, golf shorts, collared shirts, turtleneck and mock turtleneck shirts are acceptable. We ask that gentlemenís shirts be tucked in at all times. Tee shirts, denim, cargo shorts or pants and warm up suits, tube tops, tank tops, short shorts and cut offs are not acceptable.